20 Juni 2024

Strange Planet Series Trailer Dives into the Hilarious Chaos of Daily Life on Apple TV+

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The world of entertainment is no stranger to diving into the eccentricities of everyday life. But few have taken on this challenge with as much whimsical charm and delightful absurdity as the upcoming Apple TV+ series, Strange Planet. This animated show promises a fresh and hilarious perspective on the life we think we know, based on Nathan Pyle’s beloved New York Times bestselling graphic novel.


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For those uninitiated into Pyle’s world, his work took the internet by storm when first unveiled on Instagram, later consolidating its fanbase with hardcover story collections. Now, this universe populated by blue beings is brought to vibrant life on the screen. Drawing parallels to human life, these creatures navigate scenes eerily familiar to us — from the daily caffeine fix ritual at coffee shops to the not-so-frequent yet harrowing near-death airplane experiences, and yes, even to those moments at the bar when one might just ingest something questionably toxic. All this under the narrative umbrella of a profound query:

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“What if our world isn’t the only one where existence is absurd?”

The trailer, a brilliant tease of what’s in store, offers both comedic moments and a deep reflection. The vivacious world of the blue beings doesn’t just mock our everyday habits; it also gently reminds us of life’s ephemeral nature with the mantra: every moment, whether brimming with joy or steeped in sorrow, is transient.

With Strange Planet, Apple TV+ continues its commitment to diverse and quality content, nestling the series comfortably alongside critically acclaimed shows like Ted Lasso, Foundation based on Isaac Asimov’s epic, and the promising new series Silo.


Strange Planet: A Powerhouse of Talent, Both Onscreen and Off

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The voice cast of Strange Planet is a treasure trove of talent. Danny Pudi, known for roles in Mythic Quest, is joined by the multifaceted Lori Tan Chinn of Akwafina Is Nora from Queens fame. Adding to this mix are Hannah Einbinder from Hacks, Tunde Adebimpe, known for his roles in Lazor Wulf and She Dies Tomorrow, and the writer-cum-actor Demi Adejuyigbe, known for penning episodes of The Amber Ruffin Show and The Late Late Show with James Corden.

Behind the scenes, the show boasts a pedigree that promises quality and creativity. The pairing of Emmy winner Dan Harmon, the brain behind Rick and Morty and Community, with Pyle as co-creators already sets a high bar. This dynamic duo is backed by an ensemble of executive producers with enviable track records — from Corey Campodonico of BoJack Horseman, Amalia Levari of Over the Garden Wall, Alex Bulkley who contributed to Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, to others like Steve Levy, Lauren Pomerantz, and Taylor Alexy Pyle.

Strange Planet is poised to transcend traditional show boundaries, offering an immersive experience that humorously touches on the quirky, bizarre, and at times confounding facets of life, promising both laughter and introspection to its viewers. Supported by a stellar ensemble behind the scenes and in front of the camera, the series is tipped to emerge as a premier highlight in the world of adult animation this year.

Mark your calendars for August 9, because Apple TV+ might just have another hit on its hands. Meanwhile, you can watch Strange Planet‘s trailer below: